Resolution Being Adopted at RNC


by Sharon Rondeau

(Jul. 18, 2016) — It appears that a “roll call vote” might be taken at the RNC to replace Donald Trump as the Republican presidential nominee.

Loud shouting and disagreement is noted on the convention floor as some call to abide by the primary voters’ wishes rather than to take the vote.

Sen. Mike Lee is speaking at 4:16 p.m. EDT.  “The podium has been abandoned,” he said.

Brent L. Bozell, III, who supported Ted Cruz for president, is speaking on Fox News now about the commotion and chaos.

Lee said that “the chair abandoned his post,” which puts the convention in “uncharted territory.”

At 4:18 p.m., former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is explaining what a roll call vote would entail:  to take a vote from each state.

“The convention rules are calling for a roll-call vote,” Lee said at 4:20.  “The chair walked off the stage; he completely abandoned his post,” Lee said incredulously.

The chairman returned to the stage and said he could not distinguish the “ayes” from the “nays” as to who favors a roll call vote.  He then asked for each and said that the “ayes have it.”

The chair has found insufficient support for a roll call vote,” he said at 4:26, stating that three states did not have enough votes to be counted.  He then yielded the microphone to Sen. Bob Barrasso of Wyoming, who then gave a speech.

At 4:34 p.m., Barrasso is stating why the Republican platform is better than the policies of the Obama years.  “Let us now, together, make America great again,” he said, using Trump’s campaign slogan.  “Let us now, together, make a new beginning.”

Barrasso then introduced OK Gov. Mary Fallin.

At 4:32 p.m. EDT, The Gateway Pundit reported that “Iowa and the un-elected Colorado delegation walked off — They stacked their delegation with Ted Cruz supporters!”

One Response to "Resolution Being Adopted at RNC"

  1. ELmo   Tuesday, July 19, 2016 at 4:38 PM

    Even the Democrats could have done better than that show of bolshevik democracy.

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